People have been asking me if “Kettlebell STRONG!” is right for them because of their age.
My good friend, Dr John Sullivan, who recently passed his SFG2 – spent over a year rehabbing two broken legs, and two busted knees after he was run over by a car while walking his dogs.
It also left him with a full thickness tear in his right rotator cuff. (Kinda important for pressing KBs overhead.)
Here’s what he said about Kettlebell STRONG!:
I don’t think I need to say much more than that, do I?
PS – Regardless of your age – you can never be “too strong.”
That’s why I’m so focused on double KB work – because you get 99% of the benefits of single KB work PLUS 85% of the benefits of barbell work.
So that’s something like 169% if my math is correct.
Seriously though –
Double KB work makes you strong – fast.
And when you lift them enough, they put muscle on you quickly.
And simultaneously train your conditioning – keeping your heart strong.
And when you don’t eat like a pig, you “magically” strip off body fat.
The trick is to learn how to use them correctly.
And then follow the right program that gets you stronger, puts on muscle, builds your conditioning, and strips off body fat.
But you have to get it before Midnight PST tonight.
My tech guy is standing by to flip the switch and turn off the sale at Midnight.